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Schlage Unveils Amazon Alexa Integration

Schlage, a leading provider of deadbolts and Smart Locks, announced a partnership with Amazon to provide customers with voice-automated capabilities. The Alexa integration will allow customers to utilize Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Tap to control their Connect Smart Lock.

Over the past few years, Schlage has been working diligently to make its Smart Locks lineup more compatible with Smart Homes. The company already partners with Z-Wave to enhance the functionality its connected locks and to provide consumers with more compatibility options.


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Noble Biomaterials Partners With Bemis Associates To Develop Conductive Material For Smart Apparel

Noble Biomaterials, a leading provider of conduction solutions for soft surface applications, announces partnership with Bemis Associates to develop state-of-the-art material that provides easy integration of electronics into attire. The conduction material features Noble’s Circuitex Technology, which is capable of detecting, transmitting and protecting electronic signals in a flexible, soft format. The technology is designed to provide designers with the freedom to develop flexible and durable Smart attire, utilizing Bemis Sewfree Bonding.


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Wink And August Home Partner To Secure Your Front Door

The Internet of Things is classified as “Smart”, but only with the use of a gateway and Wi-Fi connection. Each has its own language, so it may or may not be able to communicate with the Smart devices connected to a home network. This is where the Smart hub will come into play, because it knows several languages, so it can communicate with innumerable devices.


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Smart Rubbish Bins Are Arriving In New Zealand

While developers are busy building Smart Cities in the United States, councils throughout New Zealand are installing Smart rubbish bins in their communities. The Smart rubbish bin, Clean Cube Bins, utilize cloud-based technology and GPS to monitor trash collection and find the actual location of the unit.


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Research Shows The Global Smart Home Market Will Scale To $53.45 Billion By 2022

A report by Zion Market Research Company reveals the Smart Home market will be valued at $53.45 billion in 2022. In 2016, the market was valued at $24.10 billion, which will be a huge jump.

The report, “Smart Home Market (Smart Kitchen, Security & Access Control, Lighting Control, Home Healthcare, HVAC Control and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016-2022”, shows the market is growing at a CAGR of slightly above 14.5 percent between 2017 and 2022.


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AiRstayz Partners With OpenKey To Offer Keyless Access To Guest Rooms

AiRstayz, a coalition of hoteliers in Australia, partners with OpenKey, a standard for universal digital key technology, to provide guests with easier access to their room. Short-term rental management companies around the world are implementing the OpenKey software into its operational processes. AiRstayz will have the pleasure of bringing this state-of-the-art technology to Australia.


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Favorite Smart Home Gadgets Of The Past That Will Carry Over To 2017

Smart Home products have lit up news websites almost every week for the past year. While, this is great for device manufacturers, it gives consumers extra products to ponder on. These gadgets have come a long way in how they function, installation and interact with humans. The reason consumers gravitate toward connected products is because they allow them to remotely control and automate specific items in and around their home.


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ShadeCraft To Announce The First Autonomous Solar Powered Shading System At CES Unveiled

ShadeCraft, a Los Angeles-based technology and robotics startup, announced Wednesday its plan to showcase the world’s first ever autonomous robotic shading at CES Unveiled. The shading system, Sunflower, utilizes Smart connectivity and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide autonomous optimal shade and energy collection. Sunflower is integrated with a multiple sensors that are capable of collecting real-time weather data, but this is only the beginning.


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